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live from las vegas it's time for fox5 news at 11. a doctor accused of inappropriately touching a patient... is out of jail after posting his bond. the complaints other patients have made against him and his practice. car break-ins caught on camera! what high-tech devices the thieves may be using -- to get inside locked cars. closed cap will resume shortly this is fox5 news at 11. local las vegas. a valley doctor accused of inappropriately touching a patient. i'm christine maddela. i'm dave hall in for john huck tonight. police say they're looking for any other victims. fox5's faith tanner set out to track down the doctor who's now
this is doctor jorge burgos -- polcie arrested the north las vegas internal medicine doctor this morning.. it happened at his office on east lake mead near civic center-- he is accused of inappropriately touching a patient... on several occassions. he's facing several counts of open and gross lewdness. tonight though -- he's a free man. after posting a 6- thousand dollar bond. we put calls in to the 50 year old's office... after we couldn't reach anyone... we stopped by his person. we also visited a home address under his name in north las vegas. the woman who awnsered the door -- claimed he no longer lived there. online... we found patient complaints for burgos and his practice.. ranging from long appointment wait times... to a rude office staff... to billing issues.. along with some good reviews. but nothing about inappropriate behavior with patients. tonight we're also learning--- doctor burgos has been in practice for more than 20 years.
of disciplinary actions by the state board of medical examiners. people are commenting on the story our the fox 5 facebook page. many say he's a great doctor.... police believe there could be more victims out there.... if you have any information -- you are asked to call crimestoppers at 702-385-55-55. you can remain anonymous. new at eleven... everyone is more technologically advanced these days... including thieves. tonight fox5 talked to a former u-n-l-v runnin rebel player whose cars were broken into, and he thinks the theives used a wireless hacking device to get in the locked cars. 27 we don't know where he came from 28 see there he is, right there look at this surveillance video. you can see a man walking, with a flashlight. he looks in the drivers side of one car at the top of the screen,
in the passenger side of another one. then, he walks around the back of the car to the driver's side, and opens the door. 1336 it's very disturbing watch through the windshield- you can see the man rifling around for thirty seconds, then he quickly shut the door and ran off. 125 somebody drove by, then he took off. wink adams tells us the car doors were locked. 722 you are entitled to have that privacy, and having someone walk up on your property, getting inside your car, it's very uncomfor this break-in happened earlier this month at adam's father-in- law's summerlin home. 116 we've lived here for 22 years let's take a closer look at the video. 224 you see the device in his hand? "code grabber" device. it's used to intercept and replay wireless codes for car and garage doors. see, he has the device in his hand. i don't want to see anyone get hurt, it's not worth vehicles, they
when you figure out it's a device that can unlock cars, it's very uncomfortable. you think about what if they can come up with a device to open the garage, break our alarm system? adams tells us a thief broke into his wife's car wednesday morning outside his centennial hills home, too. the thief made off with a cell phone and i-pods. just unlocking cars, you feel like you're never safe, need to take extra precautions adams and his father-in-law tell fox5 they filed a police report, but haven't heard if officers have any leads. we checked metro police crime stats. yesterday alone, there were more than 40 car thefts reported, that's not including break-ins like these. a scary moment on the north end of the las vegas strip today. a suspicious package was found -- prompting a partial evacuation of the stratosphere... and the shut down of parts of las vegas boulevard. fox five's miguel martinez-valle was there as details of the
you saythose staying down there had a lot of questions? thats right not only questions but also some serious concerns... after the news of bombs across the country those staying in vegas feared we were the next city to be hit... but metro police had a clear message for locals and tourists... they're determined to keep our city safe. " that's how i feel... like what is going on..." it was a question many on the north end of the strip were asking themselves... " they wouldn't tell us anything... nothing at all" but before they could get answers... they were forced out of the stratosphere ... and onto the street. " like whats going on, no one is saying whats
back move to the back... let's go let's go" " we're inside the restaurant and all of a sudden they come and told us to evacuate because there was a suspicious package inside..." those words... suspicious package... had people fearing the worst... " when they said a package left in the street, bomb threat... i'm like a man manhattan all over again. vegas." " with what's happened in new york and everything you just want to get out because you don't know what's going to happen really" "a beeping backpack caused the latest strip evacuation but metro says anytime someone calls in something suspicious... even if it ends up being something like our stations live backpack unit... they don't hesitate in responding " " if you've ever been around anything that's medical in nature they make ticking and beeping noises so that's what was suspicious about it more than anything" so while the suspicious backpack ended up being beeping medical equipment... police say their training and response to these situations is what keeps the valley safe... " that's why we took the steps we took to make sure the community was safe, at this time i can tell you we are safe.." the statosphere is business as ussual
been re opened for a few hours... those visitors i spoke to say theyre ready to enjoy the rest of their trip worry free... mmv, ffn, ll this package was called in as a part of metro's see something say something initiative... police urge anyone to report anything suspicious. rain fell down in parts of the valley today. let's check in with fox five's chief meteorlogist ted pretty with more on if there's a chance of showers tonight. slight shower chances overnight into the early hours of thursday with most of the
east of the las vegas valley. we'll pick up gusts to 30 mph overnight, then gusts to 40 mph tomorrow afternoon with a high of 84. friday we'll see north breezes to 15 mph and a high of 81. the weekend will feature highs in the mid and upper 80s with plenty of sun and light north breezes. we'll warm up to 90 degrees
coming up... a night of violent protests in charlotte, north carolina. the governor has declared a state of emergency. this comes after one person was injured in a shooting. we have the latest on their condition... and... locals are traveling to dangerous places in the world -- to stop terrorism. we hear from them about their
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are wanted by police after a bomb exploded in new york this past weekend... injuring more than thirty people. f-b-i is looking for these men -- seen on surveillance video removing one of the bombs from luggage -- before another bomb went off just two blocks away. police say the duo are not considered suspects... but want to talk to them. a hearing on capitol hill revealed a bloody journal the suspect -- ahmad rahami -- was carrying on him when he was caught. "...he talks about the soundsf he heard on the streets, streets praised osama bin laden, his brother talked about anwar alaki." police believe this was a pre- medidated act of terrorism. a las vegas based nonprofit wants to stop terrorism over seas. they're just returning from a trip to an area known as hot spot for terror recruiting... they sat down with cyndi lundeberg..
this is robert hoey and randolf dixon our smuggler has arrived their job is so to go into some of the most dangerous places on earth. there is a huge problem right now the world doesnt see they're apart of a las vegas nonprofit called shadows of hope we have no problem breaking the law for people who need it randolf dixon- our job it gets touchy its very touchy and sensisitive their latest mission took them to the city of the un calls the muslim population in this area "one of the most persecuted minorities in the world" we bring what little we can and make the biggest difference we can many now live in refugee camps like this. nats kids robert hoey c- theyre not allowed to have education they arent allowed to have land a lot of suicide bombers in afghanistan are recruited from this same refugee camp we were just in site-tway has been known to have ties to isis al qaida and boko haram. robert hoey- its well known to be a terror recruiting ground hoey tells me during their time at one refugee camp a terror
people 100 dollars to join a thousand to their families if they die. (rohinga solidarioty organization) robert hoey- that is the organization responsible for recrutiing people out of burma and putting them in pakistan for taining and then moving them to afghanistan for combat operations shadows of hope says for many in the refugee camp this is their first interaction westerners... robert hoey- we show them that not everybody from america hates them because theyre muslim theyll be like i though all americans hated muslims and we say no were here to help you and they hope to continue showing people a life of terror isn't their only option... randolf dixon- right now i have the ability to make a difference in the world while i can and no ones im going to do it shadows of hope's next misssion will take them to nigeria where they will continue their outreach involving the terror group boko haram. protests turned violent in charlotte, north carolina. we want to warn you -- some may find this footage
police say one person shot during the protest is in critical condition... but he was not hit by a police officer. after the shooting -- protesters started throwing bottles and fireworks at officers. police in riot gear responded with flash grenades and tear gas. the protests come after the shooting of keith lamont scott on tuesday. police say he had a gun... but family and neighbors say he was holding a book. the governor has declared a state charlotte. now fox5 weather 24..7. with chief meteorologist ted pretty slight shower chances overnight into the early hours of thursday with most of the rain well north and east of the las vegas valley. we'll pick up gusts to 30 mph overnight, then gusts to 40 mph
afternoon with a high of 84. friday we'll see north breezes to 15 mph and a high of 81. the weekend will feature highs in the mid and upper 80s with plenty of sun and light north breezes. we'll warm up to 90 degrees into early next week. slight shower chances overnight into the early hours of thursday with most of the rain well north and east of the las vegas valley. we'll pick up gusts to 30 mph overnight, then gusts to 40 mph
pops up in downtown las vegas. it's on fremont and sixth street -- surrounded by velvet ropes... which is the same area where "life is beautiful" kicks off on friday. organizers of the music festival say the trump statue is not part of the event. "i think it beautiful. i think it really represents... like the title says, the emporer has no clothes. if you take them off he's just a human being that's just a lying..." off cam"now you know what he looks like naked and that does not change you mind at all about voting for him?" it's disturbing and i can't sleep at night seeing it, but no." the local artist who created it goes by the name of "ginger". when fox five interviewed him over the summer -- he said he's not a fan of trump or clinton. a special session has been called to consider an n-f-l stadium in las vegas. the plan is to attract the raiders to our city. when dozens of
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the next step in building a new nfl stadium happened a few hours ago... nevada governor brian sandoval called for a special session of the legislature. 63 lawmakers will meet next month to make the 1.9 billion dollar decision. to put this political process in football terms... expect to see a lot of blocking... tackling... and hail mary's these next few weeks. the possibility of the las vegas raiders took a big
governor brian sandoval offically called for a special session of the nevada legislature... that session is set to take place no sooner than october 7th... and no later than october 13th. by doing this... the governor is playing a political game of football himself... he'll be trying to score enough votes before the clock runs out on him. "the governor had to strategize when would be the best time to get it called. knowing the nfl is meeting in january he didn't want to wait till the last second and risk maybe not doing it." fox5 political peplowski says don't expect this stadium project to be rubber stamped thru... the governor only needs a simple majority of yes votes... but getting those votes could be challenging... the 750 million of public funding is a major red flag... couple that with the expansion of the lvcva... and more funding for law enforcement... that big price tag could scare off some lawmakers. "most important thing for them is to
want to spend x amount of dollars... which between 2 projects will exceed one billion dollars... do we commit and force taxpayers to bear the burden?" if the stadium bill is approved by the legislature... the next step would be for the raiders to accept the deal... then they would make their pitch to n-f-l owners to move to las vegas. one final note... mark peplowski tells us each day of a special session caco up to 250,000 dollars. maybe one day this guy will be playing in our ne las vegas stadium... 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick has been voted the n- f-l's most disliked player. that's according to "e-poll market research". he's followed by the buccaneers quarterback jameis winston... patriots quarterback tom brady... then steelers quarterback ben roethlisberger. kaepernick made
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for nevada. shook hollywood and fans. "brangelina" is no more. jeannie moos shows us the reaction from social media and talk shows. (nats) "still alive baby?" they're still alive, just not together. listen to how audiences are taking the news. (nats) "angelina and brad are breaking up" even brad's buddy george clooney was surprised. (richard roth/ reporter) "angelina and your friend brad..." (george clooney/ actor) "what happened?" (richard roth/ reporter) "they're divorcing. she filed." (george clooney/ actor) "i didn't know that. i feel
that's a sad story." but not everyone was sad. fans of brad's ex- wife jennifer anniston created #justice for jen. there were gifs of her smiling. gifs of her smirking. (nats) "this is just ridiculous. just a whole nother level." in london, madam tussauds wax museum actually split up their wax figures...moving them apart. at a live performance adele "dedicated her show, "two hours of misery" to "brangelina" calling it the "end of an era." (nats) "it's time to say goodbye." in their last movie together, just last year, they played a couple melting down. angelina joked. (angelina jolie/ actress) "this is what 10 years of marriage will do to you." but she said this wasn't them... (angelina jolie/ actress) "because we're actually very very stable." that shattered image of stability had folks tweeting "love is dead." (nats) "what about